Make thesis findings by including lots of details within a paper, restating the thesis statement and summing up the points that support the thesis. Use a conclusion statement to amplify thesis findings with help from a writing instructor and former classroom teacher in this free video on writing.
Hi, I'm Laura, from youngwritersworkshops.com, and I'm going to talk about making thesis findings. Your thesis is your main idea, that you've stated at the beginning of your paper, so I'm assuming that you've created a strong argument, for or against your thesis statement, and included a lot of details, within your paper. When you get to the end of your paper, you're going to restate that thesis statement, and then sum up the points that you've made ,and draw a conclusion again, about the thesis statement, so you might have a statement, that endangered species must be protected, then sum up the reasons why in a sentence, or several sentences, where you summarize them, and then conclude with a statement, emphasizing your thesis statement, so these are the important reasons that our planet depends on the protection of endangered species, so your conclusion statement will amplify your thesis statement, taking into account, the points that you've used to support it, so those are some ideas about making thesis findings.